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🌱 Mountain Brook Office Park Historic Recognition + Runner Wins Award

🌱 Mountain Brook Office Park Historic Recognition + Runner Wins Award

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Good morning, Mountain Brook! It’s great to be back, bringing you the latest headlines around town.

  • A Mountain Brook runner was just named girls state cross country Player of the Year by Gatorade.
  • There’s a new women’s kickball league in Bluff Park.
  • The Mountain Brook Office Park is officially recognized a historic location.

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Now, today’s weather:

Some sun, then turning cloudy. High: 55 Low: 48.

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Here are the top three stories today in Mountain Brook:

  1. Mountain Brook’s Reagan Riley has been named the 2022-2023 girls state cross country Player of the Year by Gatorade, making her the second person to be selected for the distinction. She won a second straight Class 6A individual state championship in the past season, with a time of 17:57.30. (
  2. Women in Bluff Park are forming a winter kickball league. The season began on Jan. 8 and will run until March 12, playing at Shades Mountain Community Church off of Tyler Road. According to organizers there’s been lots of enthusiasm in the community, with more than 100 sign-ups, the majority women in their 30s and 40s. (Village Living)
  3. A post-World War II office development in Mountain Brook has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. According to a release, it was the first office park in the United States, making it significant in the history of “American community planning and development.” (Birmingham Business Journal)

Today in Mountain Brook:

  • Gentle Yoga With Marie Blair — O’Neal Library (10 a.m.)
  • Laugh out loud storytime for kindergarten – 2nd grade — O’Neal Library (3:30 p.m.)
  • Girls JV Basketball vs Shades Valley — Spartan Arena (4:30 p.m.)
  • Boys Varsity Basketball vs Shades Valley — Spartan Arena (7:30 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Check out this dog up for adoption from Mountain Brook Animal Control. (Mountain Brook Animal Control via Facebook)
  • Member registration is open for the Mountain Brook YMCA’s youth and teen classes. It opens for the general public on Jan. 30. (Mountain Brook YMCA via Facebook)
  • The Birmingham Botanical Gardens is holding a camellia plant sale this February instead of a competition, as many blooms didn’t survive recent cold temperatures. (Village Living)
  • Check out this short animation of Brookwood Forest Elementary School’s building from the outside. (Brookwood Forest via Twitter)

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Alrighty, you’re all caught up for today. I’ll catch up with you bright and early tomorrow with your next update!

Dashiell Allen

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